Principia Mathematica by Isaac Newton

This seminal work is a comprehensive exploration of classical physics, laying the groundwork for much of modern science. The author presents his three laws of motion and law of universal gravitation, effectively bridging the gap between the abstract world of mathematics and real-world phenomena. The book also delves into the principles of calculus, a mathematical discipline the author significantly developed. This work has had a profound influence on the scientific understanding of the physical universe.

The 560th greatest book of all time


Published
1687
Nationality
British
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
500-1000
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Latin

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